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The expert, who has appeared on BBC radio as a guest, spied on seven women between November 2015 and September last year at his home in Stratford-upon-Avon. 

The court heard that grandfather Brookes was arrested in September last year after one of his women tenants spotted the hidden camera in an air freshener in the bathroom. 

Police discovered 300 files, including videos taken near a shower and toilet, after seizing a memory card, iPhone and iPad belonging to Brookes. 

LBC (originally the London Broadcasting Company ) is a London-based national talk and phone-in radio station. It was the UK's first licensed commercial radio station, beginning broadcasting on 8 October 1973, [1] a week ahead of Capital Radio . The launch of LBC also saw the beginning of IRN 's broadcasting, as LBC provided the service to independent local radio stations nationwide.

LBC is owned by Global Radio and has a like-branded sister station – LBC London News – which is dedicated to rolling news, travel and weather, and is broadcast in London on medium-wave and DAB.

David Jessel was LBC's original breakfast presenter he opened the station just before 6am on October 8, 1973. The original station spawned a number of stars who went on to become household names in the British media. They include Jon Snow , Julian Manyon, Peter Allen , Rosie Boycott , Bel Mooney among others. LBC's programme between 10pm and 1am was called Nightline and at various times was hosted by Mike Dickin, Monty Modlyn , Jeremy Beadle , Tommy Boyd and Bryn Jones. There was also a character called Mr Nasty – who argued over the telephone with children. Beadle and Forrest went on to star in the Granada Television series, Fun Factory.